Baxter’s FaceMeld is an Android-powered app that allows users to remotely control their phone using a Bluetooth connection.
It’s been available for a few months, and users have complained about a number of issues.
The app’s biggest problem, as of yet, is that its only available in Europe.
That means it’s only available on the U.K. market, which is where the vast majority of Baxter products are made.
The problem, according to Baxter, is its inability to work in the U, a problem that’s being addressed with a software update to the app.
But until the company gets its hands on the updated software, it won’t be able to fix the issue that’s plaguing the company.
The company is working on a fix that it says is likely coming sometime in the next few weeks.
Baxter claims it has already identified a number, but it’s unclear if the company has confirmed these fixes.
The software update has already been deployed to more than 3 million users.
We’ve contacted Baxter for comment, but so far haven’t heard back.